BlackBerry ha annunciato che il Dipartimento della Difesa degli Stati Uniti ha approvato l’utilizzo degli smartphone BlackBerry 10 e dei tablet BlackBerry PlayBook insieme a BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 all’interno dei suoi network. Grazie al lavoro svolto insieme alla Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), gli smartphone BlackBerry e i tablet BlackBerry PlayBook hanno passato brillantemente I test di laboratorio e sono stati quindi inseriti nella lista dei prodotti approvati dalla DISA per la unified communication.
Questa approvazione permetterà a tutti gli utenti del Dipartimento della Difesa di utilizzare gli smartphone BlackBerry Z10 and BlackBerry Q10, oltre ai tablet BlackBerry PlayBook.
Di seguito il comunicato ufficiale:
BlackBerry 10 Smartphones Approved for Use On U.S. Department of Defense Networks
Waterloo, ON – BlackBerry® (NASDAQ: BBRY; TSX: BB) today announced the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has approved BlackBerry® 10 smartphones and BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablets with BlackBerry® Enterprise Service 10 to be used on DoD networks. Working with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), BlackBerry 10 smartphones and BlackBerry PlayBook tablets have undergone successful testing through DoD labs leading to a subsequent listing on DISA’s Unified Communications Approved Product List (UC APL).
The approval allows all DoD customers to use the BlackBerry® Z10 and BlackBerry® Q10 smartphones, and BlackBerry PlayBook tablets on DoD networks.
“IDC research shows that mobile security continues to be of utmost importance to government agencies around the globe,” said Stephen D. Drake, Program Vice President, Mobility & Telecom at IDC. “The U.S. Department of Defense’s strict security requirements are amongst the highest in the world, and this allows other government bodies to follow suit. The role of BlackBerry including devices and BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 continues to be important and relevant for security conscious organizations.”
“BlackBerry 10 is ideal for our government customers because it offers a rich, highly responsive mobile computing experience, along with BlackBerry’s proven and validated security model – a combination that’s unmatched in the industry,” said Scott Totzke, SVP, BlackBerry Security at BlackBerry. “This approval will enable DoD customers to connect their BlackBerry Z10 or BlackBerry Q10 smartphones to DoD networks and securely access assets from work, while enjoying the wealth of consumer-oriented functionality that BlackBerry 10 brings to market.”